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Re: Tire pressures
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Nah, Wat was kickin' it on the I-20 across south 'Bama in late May and thanking Allah that it wasn't late July.

Posted on: 12/26 17:29
If you're not having fun, maybe it's your own damned fault.
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Re: Tire pressures
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Yes, and no. In my truck, thanks to its dash gauge, the tire pressure varies no more than 3-4 pounds on a day's journey. On my big motorcycle, however, on a hot summer day, it can climb 10 pounds.

On my Chevy Traverse (P245/70-R17) normal tire pressure is 35 PSI, on a cold day they were about 30, and after a 40 min mostly highway drive I think they were only 4 PSI higher.

Posted on: 12/26 21:34
'55 400. Needs aesthetic parts put back on, and electrical system sorted.
'55 Clipper Deluxe. Engine is stuck-ish.
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